This week’s dispute over President Trump’s phone call to the widow of a soldier killed in Niger hit too close to home for the White House chief of staff.
The least you could do is speak up about the horror of sexual violence, the lies that blame women and your complicity in all of it.
I don’t feel alone anymore. Let us never shut up about this.
George W. Bush and Barack Obama emerged from political seclusion and denounced the politics of division, sending a message to their successor in the White House.
The White House chief of staff, a retired Marine general who lost his own son in battle, delivered an emotional statement.
Quentin Tarantino says he knew about allegations against Harvey Weinstein and feels ashamed about not taking a stronger stand.
Jenna, Barbara and their ever-texting, emoji-addicted father aren’t who you think they are.
We’ve pulled together some of the biggest issues in investing in a quarterly report that can help you navigate the murky waters of finance, with some laughs and lessons along the way.
Cataracts usually afflict the old, but doctors in Africa have been shocked to find them in Ebola survivors as young as 5.
If you expected the white nationalist to skulk away after Charlottesville, you misunderstood his strategy.
Sikh devotees near the Golden Temple in Amritsar, India, today as Diwali began. The festival of lights celebrates the triumph of good over evil.
The advent of Trumpism is a symptom of the erosion of our basic institutions.
Tech has fought online ad regulations, but three senators will introduce a bipartisan bill to force the industry to disclose who buys political ads.
In the hill country outside San Antonio, a safari-style world of rare and endangered species symbolizes the popularity and controversy of exotic game hunting.
On Oct. 19, 1987, the stock market fell more than 20 percent. It would be comforting to believe a crash couldn’t recur. But we are still at risk.
She’s always been outspoken, honest and unfiltered. But now the singer is taking more control of her sound, with a new album, “Meaning of Life.”
To revamp the most boring superhero in the Marvel pantheon, the company turned to an eccentric indie filmmaker from New Zealand. Will Americans like the view inside Taika Waititi’s head?
A chilling report with echoes of the bureau’s persecution of black activists a half century ago talks of the threat from “black identity extremists.”
Memory is a reconstruction, not a photographic recording. Our brains — unlike computers — are forever rerecording those memories.
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President Trump’s condolence call to the widow of a slain soldier was outside the usual range of encounters with presidents, wounded service members and families of those killed said.
For three years, we have battled terrorists — and the odds. We will not allow the Kurds to rip our country apart.
The Children’s Health Insurance Program has had bipartisan support, as does a compromise to save Obamacare. Republicans could wreck both.
With the fall of its capital and loss of territory, the Islamic State may be reeling but not vanquished.
After a Marine attacked an Iraqi restaurant in Portland, Ore., his family said he was provoked by trauma, not hate, and that he needed help, not jail time.
A plan by Senators Lamar Alexander of Tennessee and Patty Murray of Washington to fund health subsidies for low-income consumers won President Trump’s backing.
Hours before the ban was to take effect, a federal judge in Hawaii halted its enforcement against travelers from six countries while the opponents challenge it in court.
A New York Times photographer accompanied Kurdish fighters as they entered Raqqa, the Syrian city that had been a stronghold of the Islamic State.
Loss of the Syrian city is a heavy blow to the militants, but the destruction there is immense, and questions linger about who will govern and rebuild.
Even as the fires still burn, public health officials and environmental cleanup experts are starting to think about the next chapter of the disaster.
Government troops seize a crucial city and oil fields from separatists who have been pressing for an independent state in northern Iraq.
President Trump and Senator Mitch McConnell, the Republican leader, put on a public display of bonhomie, waving aside reports of a disintegrating relationship.
They get credit for changing the game, even when they continue harsh practices.
Medical care is the job engine in an area that strongly backed President Trump, and the cloud over the Affordable Care Act has left residents uneasy.
The queen of hip-hop has fought her way to the top of the music industry — and never made compromises.
While the world is fixated on its nuclear missiles, North Korea has also developed a cyberattack program that is stealing millions and unleashing havoc.
Mr. Kimmel, the star of ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” discusses the attention he has received for some politically pointed monologues.
Whatever happens in Sunday’s election, a new conservative two-party system has emerged.
In an unusual move, the attorney general has sent a federal hate crimes lawyer to Iowa to help prosecute a man charged with murdering a transgender high school student.